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Joshua Macdonald
29:03
how do you classify low intensity vs high intensity fire?
Joshua Macdonald
30:39
specifically I mean is there a critical theoretical/numerical threshold delineating the two?
Joshua Macdonald
32:25
okay, thank you
Katherine Pearce
32:48
^ As a follow-up to this, are there different ecological impacts on the local wildlife between different fire intensities?
Joshua Macdonald
34:02
nice talk
Katherine Pearce
34:10
Thank you!
Natalie Meacham
55:00
How do class caps and distancing interact? Like does distancing require a class cap because the spaces can't accommodate everyone distanced?
Natalie Meacham
57:07
Thanks!
Joshua Macdonald
57:27
Nice talk. Have you considerd monte carlo simulations or other methods in order to estimate model parameter distributions?
Fabian Santiago
01:00:37
Thank you. Our modeling approach is to use Fall 2019 data to compute class and contact rates and we do not use infection data to be able to estimate the parameters
Folashade Agusto
01:20:52
Great talk Zhuolin!
Stacey Smith?
01:21:28
Really interesting talk!
Zhuolin Qu
01:23:35
@Joshua, could you say a bit more on what "model parameter" you are refereeing to? The model parameters in the current model are constants so far.
Joshua Macdonald
01:24:17
that was a question to the speaker before you. thank you for a nice talk
Stacey Smith?
01:36:28
Super interesting talk!
Weston Roda
01:36:52
Excellent talk!
Joshua Macdonald
01:37:03
nice talk
Folashade Agusto
01:37:06
Great talk
Joshua Macdonald
01:38:10
yes, immune level data is often also much more difficult to work with from a data fitting perspective
Linda Allen
01:39:01
very nice. Could you share some publications on your talk?
Joshua Macdonald
01:39:33
seconded ^
mit703
01:39:43
Interesting talk Chris. I will also be interested in your publication on this.